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  • Thursday March 24th, 2022 @ 11:15

International Saints Round Up

It's been a busy week on the international front for a number of St Patrick's Athletic players.

The action began on Tuesday evening as David Odumosu and Darragh Burns started for the Ireland U20s in their 1-0 friendly defeat to the Ireland Amateurs at Home Farm FC in Whitehall.

Kyle Robinson came on as did former St Pat's men Zak Delaney, another ex Saint, Kian Leavy, also started.

David and Darragh have now joined up with the Ireland U21s for their crucial Euro qualifier in Sweden on Tuesday, 19-year-old Darragh has been called-up to the U21s for the first time.

The Ireland U17s and U19s are in European Championship Elite Phase qualifiers in England and Portugal respectively, both teams got their groups underway on Wednesday.

Colin O'Brien's U17s lost 4-1 to Portugal yesterday, Mark O'Mahony got the Ireland goal.

Saints Sam Curtis, Luke O'Brien, Darius Lipsiuc & Adam Murphy all started while Sean McHale came on.

Ireland's next game is against Finland on Saturday before their final match vs Bulgaria on Tuesday.

James Abankwah started and scored for the U19s in their 3-1 defeat to England in Walsall. Josh Keeley and Kian Corbally were on the bench.

Ireland will face Portugal on Saturday and Armenia on Tuesday, both in St George's Park.

Jack Scott is in the Northern Ireland U21s for their Euro qualifier in Slovakia and then a friendly against France next week.

Keep an eye on our social media channels for updates across the week.

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Venue: RSC
 
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